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Rhyming text explains the behavior and life cycle of robins.
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Kindergarten-Grade 3-Cheerful, realistic, color illustrations accompany a simple rhyming text that describes the life cycle of the American robin. From the triumphant return in spring to the departure of southbound migratory flocks, Posada mentions food, nesting materials, eggs (no mating), hatching, and care of the young. A more detailed section for adults and curious children divulges further facts and gives instructions for attracting these birds into one's backyard. More detailed than Fay Robinson's competent Singing Robins (Lerner, 2000) and less so than Nancy Carol Willis's handsome The Robins in Your Backyard (Cucumber Island Storytellers, 1997), this bright little book will appeal to readers and fit tidily into the curriculum.
Patricia Manning, formerly at Eastchester Public Library, NY
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